(ENTIRE BOOK) In this devotional classic, Kierkegaard seeks to rescue the individual from “massification” by compelling him to stand alone before God.. This calls for a costly abandonment of the old securities and the building of new foundations for faith — to will one thing.
The purpose of this essay is to provide an introductory comparison of the writings of Søren Kierkegaard and René Girard. To my knowledge, a substantial secondary article or book has not been written on this subject. Girard’s writings themselves contain only a handful of references to Kierkegaard. This deficiency is unfortunate, since, as I hope …
(ENTIRE BOOK) A classic written by one of the nineteenth century’s greatest theologians. Christian must think dauntlessly about everything both earthly and worldly, including death and its relation to living an authentic life.
A helpful summary of Kierketaard’s basic positions, written by an outstanding scholar of his work. Douglass Steere was Professor of philosophy at Haverford College.